It’s always nice to get outside and play and it’s even better when they get to go outside and play with their friends. Living here in southern California it’s very hot so people don’t keep their front doors open. It’s always nice to get out and play with your friends in the neighborhood and we encourage our children to do just that. That’s why we are happy to partner with ScreenDoor on this post.
Now there’s an app for that, because there’s an app for everything! Let me introduce you to ScreenDoor, the app that to removes the guesswork out of which of your kids’ friends are available to play today (or right now!).
Just connect on the app privately with your kids’ friends’ parents and, when your kid is free to play, simply: 1) press a button and let your private circle know that your kid is available to play today, and/or 2) see, at a glance, which of your kids’ friends are free to play, all in real-time. Then, send the kids out to play!
It’s nice because I can easily connect it with my friends on Facebook and use the app as an easy way to contact my friends and my children’s friends parents if need be. What I really like is that ScreenDoor easily allows you to see, within a secure private network, which of your child’s friends are available to play…right now. See all the open ScreenDoors in your personal, extended “neighborhood” and get the kids together!
You can start today by downloading the ScreenDoor App.